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My Take on This Day in History

I’m tired of simply copying and pasting long passages from the History.com website – fascinating as most of the tidbits I choose may be. What’s needed here is a dose of Bulldog commentary, the kind that makes the historical tidbit … Continue reading

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Today in History – May 4

Courtesy of our friends at History.com, I am pleased to begin each and every day of the week here at Bulldog Pundit with a snippet of some important event that occurred on this date sometime in the past. Some events … Continue reading

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Gadhafi’s Gone. The Muslim Brotherhood Remains.

When President Ronald Reagan passed away in 2004, newsmax.comreported the following story: Moammar Gadhafi expressed regret Sunday that President Ronald Reagan died before standing trial for 1986 American air strikes that killed the Libyan leader’s adopted daughter [some say his … Continue reading

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Sorbet for the Mind

At the end of a long day that more often than not involves wrestling with the demons of ignorance and the gremlins of stupidity, your mind is funky with an aftertaste of liberalism so fetid it would gag a barn … Continue reading

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Wee Willie Winky and the Jacobins

I must declare from the onset that I am flattered by Bill Winkler’s obsession with me. I first became aware of this when I read his article titled “Tea for Education.” One third of the piece discusses a new education … Continue reading

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On the Care and Feeding of Jacobin Ostriches

It’s a rare creature, the American Jacobin Ostrich (Punditus ignoramus – americanus), but one worth studying in the wild where its bizarre behavior both confounds and amuses the informed observer. Arrayed in a drab shade of Puritanical Brown plumage,  it … Continue reading

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Overnight Open Thread

“It pays to know the enemy – not least because at some time you may have the opportunity to turn him into a friend.” — Margaret Thatcher

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Sorbet for the Mind – Twin Spin

At the end of a long day that more often than not involves wrestling with the demons of ignorance and the gremlins of stupidity, your mind is funky with an aftertaste of liberalism so fetid it would gag a barn … Continue reading

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The Man-Child Who Would Bury Giants

It has been said that only a fool picks a fight with a man who buys ink by the barrel (or bandwidth by the terabyte). This is very true and it can also be said that only a fool picks … Continue reading

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